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Free and Unlimited Built-In VPN With The Latest Opera Web Browser

If you are one of those people who want a little privacy when browsing the Internet, then you know that dodging firewalls and masking your IP address usually requires some work. You often have to pay for VPN (Virtual Private Network) software/service or plug-ins offered by a third party. The good news is that the […]

Are Your Kids Ready For The Internet?

As grown-ups we hear people talking about online security or Cyber security all the time. It happens to us more frequently than we realize with constant mentions of security at work or in the news (mainly at work). Why? Because it is important. The Internet is an amazing place. It offers an infinite amount of resources and […]

Microsoft SQL Server on Linux!

Microsoft is bringing its popular database software (MS SQL Server) to Linux and will be available sometime next year (2017). They announced this yesterday (March 7, 2016) and you can read the blog post HERE. Most people will think that these news are coming like thunder from a clear sky. If you’ve been following along in recent […]

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    • Beyond AWS: The cloud's next stage May 6, 2016
      Amazon.com's cloud platform, Amazon Web Services, generated $2.56 billion in revenue last quarter, putting it on pace to make $10 billion this year. AWS has been the clear public cloud leader for some time, and the latest financial data shows that leadership translates to real money as more enterprises adopt public cloud computing. Let's do […]
    • Oracle-style database coupling doesn't work in the cloud May 3, 2016
      Many organizations that built applications 10-20 years ago had a very data-oriented approach to application architecture. Although mainly due to the particularities of Oracle-based systems, it became commonplace to couple the application to the database. (In the case of Oracle-connected applications, stored procedures and triggers coupled the database to the application.) But what seemed like […]
    • 3 options for applications that don't fit the cloud April 29, 2016
      Not every application and data set is right for private or public cloud computing. Indeed, as much as 50 percent of today's workloads are not a good fit for the cloud. However, all is not lost. You have alternatives that can drive as much value as cloud computing from legacy workloads. As we continue to […]
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